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This month's about getting ready!

for the holidays and upcoming Competitions

Read on for Divisional dates, student registrations, STEM gift ideas, and everything you need to host a stunt plane engineering adventure in your own classroom.

Register by December 9th!

Divisional STEM Competitions are around the corner! To ensure that your TAME club is part of the excitement, please return the Student Info & Release Forms for all students who wish to compete.

These are due to the TAME State Office by DECEMBER 9th.



Abilene - TBD 
Amarillo - 2/6/2016 at Amarillo College
Capital Area - 2/20/2016 at UT, Welch Hall
Dallas - 2/6/2016 at Tarrant County College
Fort Worth - 2/13/16 at Richland High School
Golden Triangle / Beaumont - 2/6/2016 at Lamar University
Gulf Coast / Houston - TBD
Lubbock - 1/23/2016 at Texas Tech University
San Angelo - 1/20/16 for tests, 2/10/16 for EDC, at Angelo State University
San Antonio - TBD
Valley - TBD 
West Texas / Odessa - 2/6/2016 at Odessa College
Wichita Falls - 1/23/2016 at Midwestern State University

For more updates and contacts for your local leadership,
please check your 
Chapter Page on the TAME website.
STEM Gift Ideas!

Browse through last year's collection of 70 great STEM gift ideas with a high statistical probability of fun for students of all ages. Check back in December for more suggestions.

And don't forget to do your holiday shopping through AmazonSmile, so the purchase benefits TAME students! That's good giving.

November's Engineering Adventure:

"Your team has been chosen to design a new stunt plane for the Thunderbirds, the U.S. Air Force’s flight demonstration squadron. This new plane has to be up to some major challenges—fly through hoops, knock over towers, and even have the ability to execute a tail-hook landing!"

At the 2014 State Competition, the stunt plane challenge had students learning all kinds of new tricks. Test your students' flight skills and sneak in a lesson on the engineering design process. It's the perfect prep for Divisionals!

STEM Excitement in Port Arthur

Tavian Gipson's first shot at the electric ball was tentative — timid, even — but he said that initial "jolt" got him hooked.

"My body is a conductor," Gipson said, smiling at his classmates.

The Port Arthur News featured the TAME Trailblazer in a story about a recent 10-day visit to the Golden Triangle region of Texas. 

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